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 2018

January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Agriculture
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Appropriations
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Authorization for Use of Military Force
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Border Security
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Criminal Justice
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Defense Appropriations
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Defense Authorization
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Dodd-Frank
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Energy
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Federal Aviation Administration
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Federal Communications Commission
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Health Care
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Infrastructure
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Legal Immigration
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Lobbying
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Midterms Overpower the Agenda
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: National Monuments
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: On-the-Job Training Builds Trump's Clout
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Russia
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Sexual Misconduct
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: State Department
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Taxes
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Toughest Issue Is Biggest One - Budget
January 8 - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Gavels
January 8 - Lizards, Cranes and Rest Stops: Weird Things Named for Politicians
January 8 - Nine House Republicans Who Spurned Local Colleges on the Tax Bill
January 8 - Planners Shaken by GOP Bid to Kill Public-Private Financing Tool
January 8 - Three Days of One-Minute Speeches: The 115th Congress by the Numbers
January 16 - Bean Soup, the Ubiquitous Dining Option in the Capitol
January 16 - Checks and Balance: Writing Checks Gives K Street a Check on Policy
January 16 - Confidence Grows in Coal Country Under Trump
January 16 - Consent Machine: 'Advice' Dwindles in the GOP's Rush for Judges
January 16 - Maverick McCain Is GOP Senator Least Supportive of Trump
January 16 - Need a Doctor? Get a Job!
January 22 - Article One: In Search of the Hill GOP's Limit for Tolerating Trump
January 22 - At Odds With His District, Walz Sticks With Impeachment Push
January 22 - Congress and the Moment of Silence
January 22 - Here Are the Democrats Who Plan to Skip the State of the Union
January 22 - Immigration Crackdown Raises Fears of Seeking Health Care
January 22 - Medical School Blues: Too Few Basic Doctors
January 22 - The 16th Century Technology Used to Record Votes
January 22 - Two New Senators Result in an Array of Changes on Committees
January 22 - U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Stands at a Critical Crossroads
January 22 - With Issa's Retirement, Hill Will Have New Richest Member
January 29 - 'Hands Off' President Gives Congress a Chance to Regain Power
January 29 - A Washington Tradition Falls as Congress Limits Publication of Federal Register
January 29 - Common Defense: What We've Got Here Is Failure to Communicate
January 29 - Fierce Opponent of DACA Has Thousands of Dreamers in His District
January 29 - That Thingy Trump Will be Standing On for the State of the Union
January 29 - U.S. Lag in Agricultural Research Described as 'Spirit Killing'
February 5 - Checks and Balance: The Appetite for Pork May Not Satisfy the Hunger for Change
February 5 - Constituents Say the Darndest Things
February 5 - If You Think Nuisance Calls Are Bad Now, Just Wait
February 5 - Intelligence Language in Stopgap Marks Rare Balance-of-Power Dispute
February 5 - Quantifying the GOP Exodus from the House
February 5 - Rural Areas Feeling Left Behind in the Race to Expand Broadband
February 5 - Some Senators Are Just Not That Welcome Back Home
February 5 - The Hill's Sexual Harassment Problem Deepens
February 5 - The ICE Man Cometh, Prompting a New Look at E-Verify
February 5 - We're Not There Yet, But Some Say a Constitutional Crisis Looms
February 12 - An Abundance of Sanctions Bills May Be Constraining Foreign Policy
February 12 - Article One: What Else Can Trump Say About the Hill's Democrats?
February 12 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
February 12 - CQ Vote Studies: Party Unity
February 12 - CQ Vote Studies: Presidential Support - Trump Divided, Conquered
February 12 - CQ Vote Studies: Voting Participation
February 12 - K Street Reinvents Itself in the Era of Trump
February 12 - Three Members From Export-Heavy Districts Back Bill Slapping China
February 12 - With Lobbying World's Increased Diversity, More Voices Are Heard
February 26 - Adding Barriers to Aid for the Needy Could Put More People at Risk
February 26 - Common Defense: Cyberattacks are the IEDs of Modern Conflict
February 26 - Democrats Faced Choice Between 'Dreamers' and Kids' Health
February 26 - Has 'Reform' of Public Assistance Programs Made Poverty Worse?
February 26 - Here Are Some Groundbreaking Congressional Reporters
February 26 - Mounting Threats of a Trade War Between the U.S. and China
February 26 - Small Steps Toward an Overhaul of Safety Net Programs Most Likely
February 26 - The Never-Ending Crisis at the Indian Health Service
February 26 - Washington Was Supposed to Be Buried Here
February 26 - Why Is This Spaceship Named for a Staten Island Congressman?
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Andy Koenig
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Ben FitzGerald
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Bijan Koohmaraie
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Damian Murphy
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: David Mitchell
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Grace Stuntz
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Kay Coles James
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Paul Brathwaite
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash.
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Reps. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, and Will Hurd, R-Texas
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Resident Commissioner Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon, R-P.R.
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Sam Geduldig
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Shon Hopwood
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Todd Schulte
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: William Wehrum
March 5 - Billy Graham in, White Supremacist out in Statuary Hall
March 5 - Checks and Balance: Shunning Corporate Cash: Smoke Signal or Just Smoke?
March 5 - CQ's Annual People to Watch: 18 for '18
March 5 - House Committee Leadership Is Becoming a Game of Musical Chairs
March 5 - Need a Catchy Acronym for Your Bill? He's Here to Help.
March 5 - Porn Still Turning Up in the Federal Workplace Despite Bans
March 5 - Putting Brakes on Free Parking for Ex-Lawmakers?
March 5 - Q&A: Avery Gardner of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
March 5 - The Animated Life of John Lewis
March 5 - The Three Freedom Caucus Members Who Voted to Bust the Budget
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Agriculture
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Army Corps of Engineers
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Can't We All Just Get Along ... Without a Debt Limit?
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Commerce
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Defense
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Discretionary Programs Bear the Brunt of Cuts
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Education
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Energy
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Environmental Protection Agency
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Federal Courts
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Health and Human Services
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Homeland Security
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Housing and Urban Development
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Interior
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Justice
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Labor
March 12 - 2019 Budget: NASA
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Programs Scorned by Presidents and Loved by Congress
March 12 - 2019 Budget: State Department
March 12 - 2019 Budget: The Battle Over Mandatory Spending Begins
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Transportation
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Treasury
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Veterans' Affairs
March 12 - 2019 Budget: Worries Fade as Debt Grows
March 12 - Common Defense: The State Department Phones It In on the Budget
March 12 - CQ Vote Studies: Key House Votes in 2017
March 12 - CQ Vote Studies: Key Senate Votes in 2017
March 12 - Poll: Public Support for the Second Amendment Is Steadfast
March 12 - The Senate Democrat Most in Line With Republicans on Gun Laws
March 12 - This Desk Has Been Through a Lot
March 19 - Capitol Insiders: Good News for Gridlock Lovers
March 19 - Common Defense: Pompeo and Circumstance - Brakeman or Wingman?
March 19 - Evangelical Christians Stick With Trump Despite Transgressions
March 19 - Growing Debt and China's Ambitions Threaten U.S. Might
March 19 - Mainland Missiles Anchor China's Defense
March 19 - New Tax Law Could Mean Higher Salaries for CEOs
March 19 - Small Donations Add Up to Big Bucks for Some House Members
March 19 - The Bell Tolls for Votes, but for How Much Longer?
March 19 - The Last Thing Anyone Wants to Talk About is a Porn Actress
March 19 - U.S. Relationship With China Is Very Carefully Defined
March 19 - Walter Oleszek, 50 Years at CRS and Still Going Strong
April 9 - Article One: Can I Get a Witness? Hill Awaits Improbable Helper
April 9 - If It Wanted to, South Korea Could Build Its Own Bomb
April 9 - Republicans Delight in 'Trump's Federal Reserve'
April 9 - Restrictive Abortion Laws Leave Some States With Few Providers
April 9 - Searching for Devin Nunes on the Web
April 9 - Some Vulnerable Republicans Still Have Weak Challengers
April 9 - South Korean Conservatives' Idea for Deterring the North: Nukes
April 9 - That Time a Lawmaker Won a Special Election -- For His Own Seat
April 9 - These Women Lawmakers Started Off as Staffers
April 16 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
April 16 - Checks and Balance: Bedlam on Pennsylvania Ave. Causes Headaches on K Street
April 16 - Contrasting Ryan and Trump on Work-Life Decisions
April 16 - Democrats Tread Carefully on GOP Tax Bill While Mulling Own Plans
April 16 - Don't Expect a Dramatic Finish as Ryan Runs to the Tape
April 16 - Here's Why You Don't See Painted Screens Around Buildings Anymore
April 16 - It's Trump's Party Now, as Ryan Prepares to Step Aside
April 16 - Q&A With Allie Bohm of Public Knowledge on the Facebook Fiasco
April 16 - Ten House Members With the Highest Staff Turnover in '17
April 16 - Timeline of Paul Ryan's Career
April 16 - Trey Gowdy's Hair Care Secrets Revealed
April 16 - Who Can Fill Paul Ryan's Shoes in the House GOP?
April 16 - Women Senators Push Harassment Bill
April 23 - An American Acropolis in the Arboretum
April 23 - Anatomy of a Vote: View to a Kill for Old Regulations
April 23 - Architect: Funds Needed For Capitol Repairs
April 23 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
April 23 - Common Defense: 'America First' Gets a Little Help From Our Friends
April 23 - How Many Talk-Show Hosts Are in the 115th Congress?
April 23 - In the Spotlight: Jodey C. Arrington
April 23 - Increased Algal Blooms Turn Surface Waters Into Toxic Stew
April 23 - New Studies Reveal Surprising Effects From Climate Change
April 23 - The Best-Paid and Worst-Paid Staffs on Capitol Hill
April 23 - The Endless War in Afghanistan Fades Into the Shadows
April 23 - Water Systems With Backlog of Needs Also Face Resilience Issues
May 7 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
May 7 - Checks and Balance: A Fiction in Disclosure
May 7 - CQ Congressional Staff Poll: Firing Mueller Won't Get Trump Impeached
May 7 - GOP Lawmakers Who Do the Most for Animals
May 7 - Growth in Domestic Oil and Gas Poses New Policy Issues
May 7 - In the Spotlight: Barbara Comstock
May 7 - Pollution an Added Burden for Low-Income and Minority Communities
May 7 - The Other North Korean Threat: Chemical and Biological Weapons
May 7 - The Story Behind the Capitol's Tiny Doors
May 14 - Article One: A Breach of a Barrier Between the Branches
May 14 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
May 14 - Clock Is Ticking on a Popular Home-Care Program for the Disabled
May 14 - CQ Data Bank: Rising Red Ink
May 14 - Five Other House Chaplains Who Made Waves
May 14 - Here's Why Flowers Were Banished From the Senate
May 14 - In the Spotlight: Debbie Lesko
May 14 - New House Caucus Stands Up for Atheists
May 14 - Rise of the Machines: Artificial Intelligence Challenges Pentagon
May 14 - Smaller Tech Firms Worry the Feds Are Favoring Industry Giants
May 14 - Some House Members Rarely Reach Across the Aisle on Legislation
May 21 - 'The Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party'
May 21 - A Pack of Potential Blue Dogs
May 21 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
May 21 - Common Defense: Trump's Finger to Europe Brings Ominous Response
May 21 - House Caucus Aims to Solve Cybersecurity Issues With 'Blockchain'
May 21 - In the Spotlight: Brian Mast
May 21 - Real Talk from Congressional Staffers
May 21 - Some in House Are Out of Step With Recreation-Loving Constituents
May 21 - The Blue Dogs Are Barking Again
May 21 - The Forgotten Memorials of Washington
May 21 - The Most Interesting Story You'll Ever Read on the House Journal
May 21 - Women on the Verge of a Breakthrough on House Appropriations
June 4 - Advocates for Opioid Victims Push for Equal Insurance Treatment
June 4 - Away from the Capitol, Lawmakers Have Security Concerns
June 4 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
June 4 - In the Spotlight: Martha Roby
June 4 - Scope of Addiction Crisis Dwarfs Response to Opioids
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Ann McLane Kuster
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Debbie Dingell
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Donald Norcross
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Earl L. 'Buddy' Carter
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Evan Jenkins
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner and Sen. Ron Johnson
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Paul Tonko
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Rep. Tim Ryan
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Sen. Bill Cassidy
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Sen. Johnny Isakson
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: Sen. Tammy Baldwin
June 4 - Stories From the Opioid Crisis: The Surgeon General and a Dozen Lawmakers
June 4 - The Blue State Democratic Senator Who Most Often Sides With Trump
June 4 - Turmoil in Trade Groups in the Trump Era
June 11 - Anatomy of a Vote: First Minibus Pulls Out of the Garage
June 11 - Article One: Where Have All the Howard Bakers Gone?
June 11 - Authorized Flood Projects Often Left High and Dry on Funding
June 11 - Budget Panels' History: Some Success, Much Frustration
June 11 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
June 11 - Drinking and Biking and Other Highlights From the Capitol Police Blotter
June 11 - Identifying the Mystery Men of the House
June 11 - In the Spotlight: Jeff Denham
June 11 - Press Room With a 'Daily Planet' Vibe Fades Into History
June 11 - Some From Big Farm Districts Say 'E-I-E-I No' on Farm Bill
June 11 - The Budget Committees Are Not What They Used to Be
June 11 - Time Running Out in Ryan's Quest to Overhaul Welfare Programs
June 18 - A Hidden Message Atop a Senate Entrance
June 18 - Anatomy of a Vote: China Takes Center Stage on Defense Bill
June 18 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
June 18 - Fight Over Food Stamps Among Big Hurdles Facing Farm Bill
June 18 - GOP Argument on Cloture Votes Falls Short
June 18 - In the Spotlight: Claudia Tenney
June 18 - Insiders Survey: Polling Pelosi and Working With Trump
June 18 - Life Is Good for Banks in the Trump Era
June 18 - One Senator's Battle to Highlight an Obscure Revolutionary Incident
June 18 - Senate Democrats Lighten Up Slightly on Opposition to Trump
June 18 - The House Has Its Own Arizona Maverick
June 18 - Wall Street Regulator Coddles Big Banks But Clobbers Small Firms
June 25 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
June 25 - Checks and Balance: Kicking and Screaming Toward Senate 2.0
June 25 - Democrats Search for a Winning Campaign Strategy on Immigration
June 25 - Drinking on the Job: A Capitol Insiders Survey
June 25 - In the Spotlight: Brad Wenstrup
June 25 - Long Odds in Congress for Passage of a Sports Betting Law
June 25 - Senate Democrats From Same State Often Split on Trump Nominees
June 25 - Some Races Will Be Bilingual This Fall
June 25 - Some Workers Are Paying a Steep Price for Tax Bill
June 25 - What's in a Nickname? Here Are Some Lawmakers' Stories.
June 25 - What's Their Line: Border Battle in Spotlight
July 9 - A New Book to Give Bob Michel the Legacy Treatment
July 9 - A Visit to the Balkans Casts Light on the Divisions in America
July 9 - Article One: The Silver Lining Around a Divided Congress: Diversity
July 9 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
July 9 - Congress Scrambles to Rescue Sinking Flood Insurance Program
July 9 - Conversation With Dan Stein, President of Koch Immigration Group
July 9 - Court-Packing, Long Scorned, Sparks Curiosity and Skepticism in Congress
July 9 - In the Spotlight: Donald S. Beyer Jr.
July 9 - Maybe Congress Should Meet on the Moon
July 9 - Meet the Man in the Green Hat, Congress' Own Bootlegger
July 9 - Q&A With NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine
July 9 - Some Cracks in Senate Democrats' Resistance to Trump
July 9 - The Dizzying Life of Midcycle Newbies
July 9 - The President's Mission to Mars Is a Real Long Shot
July 9 - Your One-Stop Shop for All Duck-Related News
July 16 - 'Pop Songs About Lobbyists' and Other Things Overheard in the Capitol
July 16 - Back When the Supreme Court Was in the Capitol
July 16 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
July 16 - Common Defense: A Dangerous Dalliance for the Disruptor in Chief
July 16 - Democrats From Divided Districts Vote With GOP More in 2018
July 16 - Helping Legislators Be Legislators Again at the Congressional Institute
July 16 - In the Spotlight: Raul Ruiz
July 16 - New Book to Survey Legacy of Bob Michel
July 16 - Russia Report: Dangerous Liaisons
July 16 - Russia Report: Unpunished for Meddling, Moscow Gears Up Again
July 16 - Tariffs Meant to Protect America Could Have the Opposite Effect
July 16 - The Great Outdoors Threatened by a Funding Battle
July 23 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
July 23 - Capitol Police Expand Security Despite Personnel Shortfall
July 23 - Checks and Balance: The Power of Little Money Will Be Tested This Fall
July 23 - Conversation: Senate Agriculture Committee Leaders Talk Farm Bill
July 23 - Divide Over Israel Widens in Democratic Party
July 23 - New VA Chief Will Step Into a Crucible
July 23 - Park Service Backs Off Plan to Restrict Sports on National Mall
July 23 - Pronunciation is Hard, Especially For Lawmakers
July 23 - Upstart Group Challenges AIPAC's Influence
July 23 - With New Justice, Court Could Take Aim at Gun Control Laws
July 30 - 2019 Appropriations: Legislative Branch
July 30 - A Summer Reading List, Courtesy of Lawmakers
July 30 - Article One: Five M-Words Help Explain the Degradation of Congress
July 30 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
July 30 - Democratic Aides Sour on Pelosi
July 30 - Field Trips for Teachers in the Halls of Congress
July 30 - Hill Crackdown on Harassment Hung Up Over Definitions
July 30 - In the Spotlight: Michael Cloud
July 30 - Lawmakers Outside Leadership Who Are Most Generous to Colleagues
July 30 - The House Mace Has Never Been Used to Clobber Anyone, But it Has Been Brandished
July 30 - This Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Has Ideas on Fixing the Speakership
July 30 - Trump's Threat to Leave the WTO Alarms Many, Even in Congress
September 4 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
September 4 - Common Defense: The Pentagon Has Lost Its Most Important Overseer
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Appropriations
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Budget Process
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Conservation
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Curtain Rises for Dramatic Finish
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Drug Prices
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Election Security
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Farm Bill
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Federal Aviation Administration
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Financial Services
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Immigration
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Opioids
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Pensions
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Supreme Court Nomination
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Taxes
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Trade
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Waterways
September 4 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Ted Lieu
September 4 - Senate Aides Work Across the Aisle to Help Craft Opioid Bill
September 4 - Socialism: All the Rage or Totally Passe?
September 4 - The Boiling Frog Metaphor That Won't Die
September 4 - The Name of the Game in Many Bills Is Naming
September 4 - The Week Ahead in Washington
September 4 - This Chandelier Is Not From the Titanic. Or a Brothel.
September 10 - A War of Words Over Human Rights in North Korea
September 10 - Absences Make the Senate Less Vote-Heavy in August
September 10 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
September 10 - Checks and Balance: Empty Campaign Rhetoric Can Do More Harm Than Good
September 10 - Congressman, Get Back to Your Desk! Oh... Never Mind
September 10 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Frank Pallone Jr.
September 10 - Schumer Navigates the Resistance While Working Across the Aisle
September 10 - The Week Ahead in Washington
September 17 - A New Voting System in the House Gets High Marks
September 17 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
September 17 - Dollars and Sense: 'Regular Order' Still Not Out of the Woods
September 17 - Environmental Waivers for Wall Construction Threaten Many Species
September 17 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Billy Long
September 17 - It Can Take Years for a Lawmaker to Get a Bill Enacted
September 17 - It's a Trump Tweet! Run!
September 17 - The Revolving Door Is Spinning as Washington Braces for Elections
September 17 - Yearning to Cut Entitlements, Republicans Target Disability Insurance
September 24 - Beatings, Canings, Dueling and the Occasional Brick Attack: Congress Way Back When
September 24 - Better Tunnel Ambience, Less-Bad Food and Mounted Police: What's on Congress' Wishlist
September 24 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
September 24 - Common Defense: Flush With Cash, It's Time for the Pentagon to Retrench
September 24 - Drug Prices Could Become a Divisive Issue for Democrats
September 24 - Early Reports Mixed on New CRS Report Website
September 24 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Mimi Walters
September 24 - It's Baaaccck! Health Care Law Again Front and Center in Midterms
September 24 - Pressure Mounts on Growing E-Cigarette Industry
September 24 - Q&A: President of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
September 24 - Republicans Push Back Against States Seen as Too Pro-Regulation
September 24 - The 25 Incumbents Who Have Been Outraised by Challengers
September 24 - The Disappearing Phone Booths of the Capitol
October 1 - A Legislative Victory for a 'Writer of Songs and Laws'
October 1 - A New Red-and-Blue Team on K Street
October 1 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
October 1 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Paul Gosar
October 1 - Q&A With Democratic Pollster Brad Bannon
October 1 - Republicans in Trouble Going Into Midterms. Let Us Count the Ways.
October 1 - Republicans Stand by Their Man, Brett Kavanaugh
October 1 - Ten Senate Republicans With the Most Votes Against Trump Nominees
October 1 - The Week Ahead in Washington
October 1 - You've Seen the Floor Chart, Now Buy the Book
October 9 - A Closed Nuclear Power Plant Can Impact a Community for Decades
October 9 - Always a Spelling Bee Bridesmaid...
October 9 - As Power Plants Close, Economic and Environmental Issues Linger
October 9 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
October 9 - Common Defense: Politically Speaking, the Pentagon Can't Lose
October 9 - Failures of Congress Keep Nuclear Waste Scattered Across the U.S.
October 9 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Mia Love
October 9 - New Dodd-Frank Rule Exposes Companies With Biggest Wage Gaps
October 9 - Supreme Court Battles Have Become Decidedly More Partisan
October 9 - The Week Ahead in Washington
October 15 - 'No Silver Bullet' for the Drug Pricing Conundrum
October 15 - 'Where's the Tutu?' ... and Other Things Overheard in the Capitol
October 15 - Capitol Insiders Assess the Pressing Issues Heading Into Midterms
October 15 - Capitol Statue Is Now a Big Problem in Florida
October 15 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
October 15 - Dollars and Sense: Few Good Options for Democrats on Tax Policy
October 15 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Mike Bishop
October 15 - Many Lawmakers Oppose Climate Action Despite Threat to Districts
October 15 - The Week Ahead in Washington
October 15 - Two House Democrats and 19 Republicans Are Biggest Mass-Mailers
October 22 - Comings and Goings on Capitol Hill
October 22 - Common Defense: The Cyber War Is On, and We Are Losing
October 22 - Congress Finds It's Tough to Spur Public Stock Offerings
October 22 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Kevin Yoder
October 22 - It's the Capitol's Tallest Tail: The Legend of Demon Cat
October 22 - Just a Handful of Gingrich Revolutionaries Are Left in Congress
October 22 - Just Call Him 'Senator No'
October 22 - Some House Members Face a Whole New Electorate in 2018
October 22 - The Week Ahead in Washington
October 22 - Why Are There Ladies' Galleries in the Capitol?
October 29 - Capitol Insiders Make Their Predictions on the Midterms
October 29 - Endless Love: Republicans Poised to Stand by Trump, Win or Lose
October 29 - Enormous Stakes for Both Parties in the Midterm Elections
October 29 - Mail Bombs Take Security Concerns to a New Level
October 29 - Many Voting Systems Still Vulnerable to Cyberattacks
November 12 - 116th Congress: Both Legislating and Investigating Will Be Tough
November 12 - 116th Congress: Demographics
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departing Members of the 115th
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departures From House Committees
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departures From Senate Committees
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Administration Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Battlegrounds in 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Ethics Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Rules Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: How Democrats Took the House and Lost the Senate
November 12 - 116th Congress: How the Senate Changes
November 12 - 116th Congress: In the Senate, the 'Resist Caucus' Prepares for 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Battlegrounds in 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Ethics Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Rules and Administration Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: The Women Are Marching in, Looking to Make a Mark
November 12 - 116th Congress: Will a Divided Congress Be Able to Work With Trump?
November 12 - From the Newsroom: New Players, Same Mission
November 26 - A Senator's Cup That Never Runneth Over
November 26 - Black Candidates Rose Above Racial Clouds
November 26 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
November 26 - Democrats Seek More Security Clearances for House Intel Aides
November 26 - End of the Road for the Highway King Shusters
November 26 - For Some Trump Loyalists, His Way Meant the Highway
November 26 - Health Matters: The 'Donut Hole' Will Be on the Lame-Duck Menu
November 26 - Indicted Members Defied the Odds on Election Day
November 26 - Proponents of a Stronger Congress Seek a Major Makeover
November 26 - She Won a Seat in Congress. Will She Ever Serve?
November 26 - The Book on the Speaker
November 26 - The LGBT Caucus Continues to Grow
November 26 - These Three New Representatives Have Been Here Before
November 26 - USDA Plan to Move Agencies Delights Farm Country, Worries D.C.
December 3 - A Love-Hate Relationship Between Trump and the Bureaucracy
December 3 - Big Savings Seen in Health Costs From Providing Comfort With Care
December 3 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
December 3 - Dollars and Sense: SALT Still Rubs the Democrats' Tax Wounds
December 3 - Incoming Democrat Bites the Hand That Helped Get Him Elected
December 3 - The Art of Electoral Confusion in Florida
December 3 - The One Essential Piece of Jewelry for Congress
December 3 - Trump Loves Space Force. Can He Convince Skeptical Lawmakers?
December 3 - Where is My Lawmaker? Slinging Sandwiches at the Mini Mart.
December 10 - A New Twist on Redistricting
December 10 - Can You Run for Congress and President? It Depends Where You Live.
December 10 - Capitol Comings and Goings
December 10 - Common Defense: Forgotten War Could Soon Be Back in the Spotlight
December 10 - Even the Most Popular Bills Hit Snags in Congress
December 10 - In Oversight Role, House Democrats Aim for Both Check and Balance
December 10 - In the Lame Duck, Uneven Growth for Facial Hair
December 10 - In the Spotlight: Katherine M. Clark
December 10 - New Life for Stifled Investigations in the Next Congress?
December 10 - Postal Service Prayer: Deliver Us From Fiscal Doom

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